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CENTICORE BOOKSHOP
336 MAYNARD
is pleased to announce the publication
of a new book of poetry by
GREGORY ORR
GATHERING THEBONES TOGETHER
Mr. Orr will be at Centicore, 336 Maynard Q
Street, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23 from
12:30 p.m. to 1l:30 p.m. to read selections
from his new book and autograph copies
of it,
EVERYONE INVITED REFRESHMENTS 4
DON'T FORGET
Wednesday, April 23 ,
12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
& Gathering The Bones Togethera
Published by Harper and Row $6.95, Paper: $2.95
his ad will not appear next week)
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Indian Summer
Restaurant
Yesour lunches are a proven success,
but we're proud of our dinners, too.
FRIDAY: 5-8:30 SATURDAY: 5-8:30
Deep tray pizza Chop suey over rice
,. Choice of soup Eg rolls
Choice of salad Saladt
Tea, coffee, or milk Mushroom soup (a
$2.05 Tea, coffee, or milk
All Made with the Best Ingredientsr
315 S. STATE 8:30-8:30, 4-8:30 Sun.

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Friday, April. .1~8, 191

Friday, A.r...1..:197.
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AGAINST ALLEN:

SGC

to

join suit?

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By KATE SPELMAN
Student Government Council'
last night heard a motion for
council to join as plaintiffs in a
suit with the Central Student
Judiciary (CSJ) against the cur-
rent SGC president Reddix Al-
len and SGC Treasurer Eliot
Chikofsky for freezing funds.
They would join as plaintiffs
with the Madison Street Enter-
taining Committee who are ask-
ing for CSJ to remove the
freeze on the funds and dispense
them. Other charges include
dereliction of duty on behalf
of Allen, inavailability to stu-
dents, and violation of the rights
of students which protect them
in the All Campus Constitu-
tion against arbitrary and un-
reasonable considerations..
THE MOTION to council
which would make it co-plain-
tiffs denies having been party
to the impounding of funds and
cites abuse of the presidential
powers by Allen.
Allen, who assumed the Pres-
idency of SGC after Carl Sand-
burg's resignation in January,
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LUXURIOUS BOEING 747 JUMBOJETS
TO FRANKFU RT
Travel Grou Charter Aihfare Onlyc
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froze all SGC funds until such I other possible allocation of
time as he was convinced of the $4,802 for the same cause.
council's financial solvency. They a 1 s o unanimously ac-
Now, three months later, cepted the proposal for council
$5,000 have piled up in the presi- to accept bids from two insur-
dent's office in allocations wait- ance companies for health in-
ing to be dispersed. When asked surance and personal property
when he would look into the fi- insurance. Council instructed
nancial situation, Allen said, Chikofsky to negotiate the de-
"As soon as I am physically tails of the lowest bidder and 1
able to do so - I don't know." sign the contract.
ELLIOT Chikofsky, current--~----------------
treasurer of SGC, claims he has
gone to Allen several times with R e
the books and been told that he
(Allen) didn't have time to go a
over them. Chikofsky said hec
asked Allen when he would have
time and was answered, "El- talk
liot, I don't know if I will ever
have the time."
The suit will appear beforeo
CJS for review Saturday morn-
ing at 11 a.m. in the Council
Chambers. (Continued from Page 1)
In other council action, Es- in. Chile and elsewhere, Riddle1
merelda Watkins in an officer's added "It is highly inappropri-
report from the Minority Affairs ate for the University to lend
Committee said she intends to its support to clandestine oper-
keep the Minority Affairs Com- ations by giving him an hon-
mittee (MAC) vacant. orary degree."
"I hope this move will help In other business yesterday,c
to encourage minority students the Regents heard a report on
to form a council of their own fee restructuring, which pro-
and possibily get into SGC in posed that fees be charged on
force to see that their interests a credit hour rather than flat
are truly represented." fee basis, that laboratory feesc
ALSO AT the meeting, coun- be abolished and that several
cil approved a loan of $1,250 to differents fee scales be created
the National Student Coalition for Rackham students ratherE
Against Racism and the Black than the single scale now in ef- t
United Front to defray the fect.
travel and operational expenses Also yesterday, the Regents
of attending the May 17 March were presented with a revised
Against Racism in Boston. Coun- version of the Commission to
cil then scheduled an emer-J Study Student Governance (CS-
gency meeting to vote on an- !SG) report.
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GNP
rate dips l
rapidl
(Continued from Page 1)
The latest figures showed that
the great bulk of food bought in
revitalized spending came from
the warehouses, and that was
the good news.
Inventories over-all shrunk by
$18 billion at an annual rate.
WITH inventories finally
trimmed, that means future pur-
chases will come out of pro-
duction rather than warehouses.
And economists expect that to
mean more jobs.
Arthur Okun, a chairman of
the Council of Economic advis-
ers under Democratic presi-
dents, said that in light of the
new output figures, he now ex-
pects the economy to turn up as
early as this month and no later
than October.
James Pate, chief economist
for the Commerce Department,
said the output report reinforc-
ed his expectation that the econ-
omy will stabilize over the next,
three months before turning up.
PATE SAID he expects a wor-
sening of unemployment to just
over 9 per cent from the cur-
rent 8.7 per cent.
The Labor Department report-
ed yesterday that initial claims
for unemployment insurance to-
taled s44,300 in the week end-
ing April 5, an increase of 23,700
over the previous week.
Pate said the unemployment
rate should settle at near 9 per
cent for several months be-~
cause the growth of the econ-
omy over the last half of the
year will be at about the 4 to
6 per cent rate necessary to
keep pace with the growth of
the labor force.
Okun, however, predicted a
sharper growth rate once the
recovery begins, "Many people'
who underestimated the reces-
sion will underestimate the re-
covery," he said.

Reuther campaigns
Defeated Congressional candidate, John Reuther talks with
Liz Taylor, first ward city councilwoman, as Reuther dis-
tributed SGC campaign literature for Gary Baker. "It's
probably not an area I should get involved in," said Reuther,
but he added that Baker "helped me out" during his cam-
paign and he was returning the favor.
Diag draws two
groups, two views

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MUSKET

announces

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A FALL PRODUCTION OF
GODSPELL
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
FOR CENTRAL COMMITTEE ...

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SET DESIGNER
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And all other Design and Business Positions
APPLICATIONS DUE WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23
AT UAC OFFICES, 2ND FLOOR, UNION
for more information, calt763-1 107 or 764-1630

George has it
all together,
SEE HIM WEEKDAYS
AT 1 1A.M.
UNION LANES

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(Continued from Page 1)
ued, "I'm not talking about the
victory in Phnom Penh. I'm
talking about the victory 2000
years ago. I'm talking about a
personal relationship with Jesus
Christ."
Visibly frustrated, the RSB
surged towards Corcoris and his
followers, drowning them out
for the first time. There were
marged shouts of "We love
Jesus" and "Long live Cam-
bodia."
At this point, Calvin Luker,
director of student organiza-
tions, requested that the RSB
move to the flagpole at the rear
of the Diag, "as originally
agreed on." He explained the
two groups had asked to use
the Diag for the same time.
The RSB agreed to move and
it continued its "victory cele-
bration" with strains of "Jesus
died for your sins!" audible in
the background.
Meanwhile, local reaction to
the fall of Phnom Penh was
mixed. Literary college junior
Harriet Kerwin stated, "I think
it's good. It's about time

America learned its lesson.
don't think we should sendm
more aid to Cambodia or Vi
nam."
Charles Brown, a freshmz
living at Bursley, commenter
"I think it's very poor that w
let P h n o m Penh fall a
should've done something abot
it. I would've supported a
attacks."
A surprising large proporti
of students knew very little
the most recent events in Ind
china. Bursley resident Peg
Bridges gave a representati
remark: "To tell you the trut!
I haven't been keeping up."
Asked to comment last nigi
on the Cambodian collapse, Un
versity Prof. Russell Fifield,
expert in Southeast Asian rel
tions, replied, "I would say,
quite an extent,it torpedoes
Nixon Doctrine."
Added Fifield, "I would s
(P r i n c e Norodom) Sihailo
probably will have little effe
on the government. The man
watch is Khiet' Samphan"
leader of the Khmer Rou
forces.

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VOTE TODAY-APRIL 18
LS&A Student Government
Elections
POLLING PLACES:
9-5: at Fishbowl, MLB, Central Campus
Busstop, UGLI, and North Campus
Busstop
10-7: at most dormitories
ONE DAY!!
VOTE IN LS&A SG ELECTIONS

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CHOPINY
HOROWITZ
To a music lover,
what more need

three etudes, a prelude,
a waltz, and the "Military"
Polonaise, in all-new recordings. 32932
It's an extraordinary opportunity
to hear the great Horowitz at the peak of his form,
performing some of the most demanding and most
inspired music ever written for the keyboard.
And don't forget these incomparable Horowitz performances:

UAC Concert Co-op and WCBN present
JACKSON BROWNE
AND
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TOMORROW NIGHT!
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PLEASE REMEMBER! Smoking & beverages
not permitted in auditorium
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HOROWITZ
PLAYS CHOPIN
Polonaise in A-Flat Major, Op. 53
Introduction and Rondo, Op,16
Polonaise Fantaise Op, 61
Mazurka in A Minor, Op. 17, No.4
n A Minorr. o 34.No.2/"Black Ke,"El

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